The American Dream is that ANYONE WHO WORKS HARD ENOUGH CAN BE SUCCESSFUL IT who works ard enough can be successful It a dream premised on eual opportunity; owever millions of racial ethnic religious and gender minorities ave found their opportunities for success limited even in prison What accounts for the discriminatory treatment of people who are already imprisoned Relying on national data and.
Jeremiah Wade-Olson Í 2 CharactersAnd mental ealth counseling It also examines *injustices including ow female inmates suffer from a lack of rehabilitative services Muslim inmates are placed solitary *including ow female inmates suffer from a lack of rehabilitative services Muslim inmates are placed in solitary for practicing their religious beliefs are placed in solitary confinement for practicing their religious beliefs Indians are disproportionately punished and undocumented immigrants are forced from prison to prison in the middle of the nigh. .
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THIS BOOK ARGUES THAT AMERICAN PRISONSbook argues that American prisons not a tool for JUSTICE BUT A TOOL FOR THE but a tool for the of the weak by the powerfulThe book details ow African American American Indian and Hispanic inmates receive arsher punishments including solitary *confinement and fewer rehabilitative programs such as substance abuse treatment. *and fewer rehabilitative programs such as substance abuse treatment.